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    • Welcome to An Minh DistrictMekong Delta Region, Viet Nam
    • Exposed toenvironmentImpuritygrowthLimitedfiltration & notreatmentCreatesdisease & illhealthRainwater Collection
    • Design RequirementsWater QualityChemical UsePollutionEnvironmentalCulturePracticesEthicsSocialCostConstructionMaintenanceEconomyDesignAdvancementFamiliarityInfrastructure
    • Proposed DesignFiltration and Storage
    • Proposed DesignDisinfection
    • Rice Husk is milled then combined ina48 : 52 husk to water ratioFired between 700 – 900 °C to createthe ideal charcoal density for waterfiltrationSustainable Supply ofCharcoal
    • Example DesignCriteria
    • UltravioletTreatmentSandFiltrationCharcoalFiltrationWireMeshLidPolyethylenePipingExisting InfrastructureCeramic & Concrete JarsDesignSelection
    • ManufactureInvolves:• Tradespeople• Labourers• LocalCommunityStageEmploymentOpportunities
    • Community ApprovalDevice IntegrationConstruction Skills TrainingEducation in SchoolsCommunity WorkshopsImplementingStage
    • Very Low IncomeMinimise Solution CostsUse Existing InfrastructureUtilise Local ResourcesRequired Skilled LabourCostingConsiderations
    • CostingPer HouseholdMaterials: 34.65Labour: 0.12Transport: 1.36TOTAL $ 36.13 AUD
    • Work Place Health & SafetyProfessional training &supervisionpromotes safe building practicesReduce the risk of injury
    • Thank youSpecial Thanks to:Engineers Without BordersHabitat for Humanity VietnamQueensland University of Technology